We've seen it with the Mexicans all the time, we've seen it in Europe and yes last night we saw it
in Brazil: A home crowd turning on its own team in a crucial World Cup qualifier. This crowd
reaction culminated with wild applause as Lionel Messi was subbed out late in the match. The [...]
The United States crushed Barbados but not much can be taken from the match. Barbados missing four
of their five best players got rolled by a fired up US squad 8-0. While the scoreline was
impressive, many concerns still persist for the U.S. like keeping proper spacing between attackers
on the pitch and players knowing [.
After a dismal 2006 performance, the U.S.M.N.T (United States Men's National Team) looks to a
younger generation for a better outing in 2010. The old boy's are gone, Claudio Reyna, Brian
McBride, and Kasey Keller. In come the likes of Freddy Adu, Jozey Altidore, Maurice Edu, and
Michael Bradley to name [.
Dale Mitchell's Canadian side continued its rise in CONCACAF with a 4-1 victory over St Vincent on
Friday night and now enters the group of death in CONCACAF with Jamaica, Honduras and presumably
Mexico. It can be strongly argued (as it will be here) that four of the five best CONCACAF
footballing nations at this [.
After watching the way Russia played against a formidable Netherlands squad, its very clear that
Guus Hiddink's side look to be a favorite to win EURO 2008. With a young to middle aged squad, Guus
has worked his magic in bringing in quality players and forming them into world class caliber
talent. With the likes [.
Trinidad and Tobago turned around a first leg deficit with a 2-0 win at Bermuda tonight, for a 3-2
aggregate victory. T&T used goals from Daryl Roberts and former Columbus Crew and Sunderland
forward Stern John to advance to the group which includes the United States, Guatemala, and Cuba
who cruised 4-0 over Antigua for [.
I've gathered a list of websites that will help you stay up to date with your national team and
learn who will be in the squad for 2010! Sam's Army- http://www.sams-army.com/ Mexico-
http://mexico.theoffside.com/ Canoe- http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Soccer/Canada/home.html Portugal-
Hernan Medford's run as Costa Rica manger has ended. Medford a near legend as a player presided
over an aging squad whose poor results obviously did not sit well with the powers that be in Costa
Rican football. Medford was a member of Costa Rica's 1990 and 2002 World Cup teams and managed
Saprissa to [.